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Thursday January 01 1970

UCC Cork 13:00 - 14:00 Caoimhe Butterly will be speaking around the country on the following dates:

category dublin | anti-war / imperialism | event notice author Monday December 03, 2007 17:32author by Kieran O'Sullivan - IAWM Report this post to the editors

Caoimhe Butterly will be speaking around the country on the following dates:

Caoimhe Butterly will be speaking around the country on the following dates:

Monday Dec 3rd: 8.00 pm Glasshouse Hotel, Hyde Bridge, Sligo (Connlly Forum and IPSC)

Tuesday Dec 4th - 7.30 Connolly Books in Dublin (AWI, IPSC and IAWM)

Wednesday Dec 5th - 13:00 - 14:00 UCC room G7 in the Kane building.
Evening : evening Clonakilty [venue tbc]

Thursday Dec 6th – Limerick UL

Friday Dec 7th – Galway TOWN HALL THEATRE STUDIO, GALWAY CITY 7.30pm Organised by GAAW

Saturday Dec 8th – Derry

Tuesday Dec 11th - Belfast meeting organised by IPSC and IAWM

Wednesday Dec 12th - Amnesty organise meting in their Dublin Fleet Str Cafe 7.30

Thursday Dec 13th - Cork (Venue TBC)

About Caoimhe Butterly
Caoimhe Butterly has been working in the Middle East for several years. She
will give an eyewitness account of life in Lebanon in the aftermath of
Israel's war, the current plight of Palestinian refugees, and the situation
in Nahr El-Bared refugee camp.

Lebanon is entering a period of political instability - a dangerous vacuum
with no President and no political solution/compromise in sight. At the same
time, Palestinians living in a variety of refugee camps in Lebanon look
anxiously at Annapolis and Nablus and wonder about their short and long term
future, while those living and exiled recently from Nahr El-Bared return
cautiously to the mayhem left behind by the Lebanese Army and the
insurgents.

This event is part of a 14 part speaking tour of Ireland organised by the
IPSC, Anti-war Ireland, the Irish Anti-War Movement, the Galway Alliance
Against the War, the Derry Anti-War Alliance and the Raytheon 9, Amnesty and
a number of individuals who are supporting the tour.

Related Link: http://www.irishantiwar.org
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